Welsh Boy Names

Aeron

AERON: Welsh unisex form of feminine Celtic Agrona, name a goddess of war and death who was portrayed as a masculine figure in Welsh mythology, meaning carnage, slaughter

Afon

Nickname for Russian Afanasii, meaning "immortal."

Aled

Welsh name meaning offspring

Alun

Welsh form of English/Scottish Alan, meaning handsome

Andras

Hungarian form of Andrew, meaning "man; warrior."

Aneirin

ANeirin: Welsh name derived from older Neirin, meaning all gold; very precious

Aneurin

Variant of Welsh Aneirin, meaning all gold; very precious

Arawn

Welsh myth name of the Lord of Annwn (un-world; under-world), possibly meaning unrestrained wildness

Arvel

Welsh name meaning wept over

Arwel

Welsh name meaning prominent

Awstin

Welsh form of English Austin, meaning venerable

Beli

Variant of Welsh Bel, meaning shining

Berwyn

Fair-headed Welsh name composed of the elements barr head and (g)wyn fair, white

Braith

BRAITH: Welsh unisex name derived from the word brith, meaning "diversely-colored," especially black and white or red and white. Note: According to a 1967 etymological dictionary of Welsh, brych and brith are not the same but have often been confused. Brych means "pied, spotted, speckled," while brith means "diversely-colored," especially black and white or red and white.

Bran

Welsh myth name of a giant king of Britain who was killed attacking Ireland, meaning raven

Brenin llwyd

BRENIN LLWYD: Welsh myth name of a being believed to inhabit the mountains of Snowdonia, meaning grey king

Brin

Variant of Welsh unisex Bryn, meaning hill

Brychan

Welsh myth name of the father of Eleri, derived from the word brych, meaning pied, spotted, speckled Note: According to a 1967 etymological dictionary of Welsh, brych and brith are not the same but have often been confused. Brych means pied, spotted, speckled, while brith means diversely-colored, especially black and white or red and white.

Bryn

Welsh unisex name meaning hill

Brynmor

Welsh name meaning great hill

Brynn

Variant of Welsh unisex Bryn, meaning hill

Cadell

Welsh name meaning battle

Cadfael

Battle prince Welsh name composed of the elements cad battle and mael prince

Cadfan

Battle peak Welsh name composed of the elements cad battle and ban peak

Cadoc

Welsh name meaning battle

Cadomedd

Welsh name meaning battle-shirker

Cadwalader

Battle leader Welsh name derived from the elements cad battle and gwaladr leader

Cadwallader

Variant of Welsh Cadwalader, meaning battle leader

Cadwgawn

Battle glory Welsh myth name from the Mabinogion, composed of the elements cad battle and gwogawn honor, glory

Caerwyn

Variant of Welsh Carwyn, meaning fair love

Cai

Scandinavian form of Danish Kai, possibly meaning "chicken, hen."

Caradoc

Variant of Welsh Caradog, meaning dearly loved

Caradog

Dearly loved Ancient Welsh name derived from the root car, meaning love

Carwyn

Fair love Modern Welsh name composed of the elements cār love and (g)wyn fair, holy, pure, white

Cefin

Welsh form of Kevin, meaning little comely loved one

Celyddon

Myth name of the father of Culhwch, meaning wood-dweller

Celyn

Welsh plant name meaning holly

Ceri

CERI: Welsh unisex name meaning to love

Cledwyn

Welsh name composed of the elements caled hard, rough and (g)wyn fair, holy, white

Cynddelw

Old Welsh name of Celtic derivation, meaning exalted effigy

Cynwrig

Old Welsh name of Celtic origin, meaning high hill

Cystenian

Welsh form of Roman Constantine, meaning steadfast

Dafydd

Welsh form of David, meaning beloved This form replaced the earlier form Dewydd.

Dai (大)

Pet form of Welsh Dafydd, meaning beloved

Deiniol

Welsh form of Daniel, meaning God is my judge

Delwyn

Pretty and fair Welsh unisex name composed of the elements del pretty and (g)wyn fair, holy, white

Derog

Welsh form of Breton Deroc, meaning the arrogant/obstinate one

Dewi

Pet form of Welsh Dewydd, meaning beloved

Dewydd

Old Welsh form of David, meaning beloved

Dillon

Variant of Welsh Dylan, meaning great sea

Dilwyn

Truly blessed Welsh name composed of the elements dilys genuine, steadfast, true and (g)wyn blessed, fair, holy, white

Dyl

Nickname for Welsh Dylan, meaning great sea

Dylan

Einion

Welsh name meaning anvil

Elian

Variant of Welsh unisex Eilian, probably meaning second, a moment in time

Elidyr

Welsh name meaning brass, bronze

Elis

Welsh form of Greek Elias, meaning the Lord is my God

Elisud

Welsh name derived from the word elus, meaning kind

Emlyn

Welsh unisex form of English Emmeline, meaning work

Emrys

Welsh form of English Ambrose, meaning immortal

Emyr

Welsh name meaning king

Enfys

ENFYS: Welsh unisex name meaning rainbow

Ercwlff

Welsh form of Latin Hercules, meaning glory of Hera

Eurig

Welsh name derived from the element aur, meaning gold

Ewein

Welsh name derived from Celtic Euguein, meaning well-born

Folant

Welsh form of English Valentine, meaning healthy, strong

Galahad

Welsh Arthurian legend name of a Knight of the Round Table, the son of Lancelot and Elaine, and the only knight to find the Holy Grail. The name was invented by the author of La Queste del Saint Graal and was probably derived from biblical Gilead, meaning mound of testimony

Gareth

Welsh Arthurian legend name, possibly derived from Celtic Gahareet, meaning old

Garreth

Variant of Welsh Gareth, possibly meaning old

Geraint

Welsh Arthurian legend name of one of the Knights of the Round table, probably meaning old

Gerallt

Welsh form of English Gerald, meaning spear ruler

Gethen

Variant of Welsh Gethin, meaning dark, swarthy

Gethin

Welsh name derived from the byname Cethin, meaning dark, swarthy

Glaw

Welsh unisex name meaning rain

Glyn

Welsh equivalent of English/Scottish Glen, meaning valley

Glyndwr

Valley water Welsh byname transferred to forename use, composed of the elements glyn valley and dwr water

Glynn

Variant of Welsh Glyn, meaning valley

Goronwy

Welsh myth name of the lover of Blodeuwedd. The name is of uncertain derivation.

Govannon

Welsh equivalent of Irish smith god Goibniu, meaning smith

Griffin

Welsh name derived from Latin Griffinus, meaning (?) chief/lord
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